Missions Inc. Programs provides behavioral health, chemical health, and domestic violence services to people experiencing homelessness, chemical addiction, and violence.

Through six human services programs, the organization assists over 3,000 people annually using evidence-based programming from a person-first perspective. It is our goal to provide people with the opportunity to discover new ways of living that will sustain them when they leave our programs.


Domestic violence is a social crisis that damages and destroys women, children, families and communities. Women experiencing violence are not safe in their own homes, frequently isolated from extended family members and friends. Children in families where abuse is present lack the benefits of a secure and nurturing home environment. Communities that do not understand the dynamics of domestic violence are often unresponsive when domestic assaults occur. Missions Inc Programs provides immediate safety for battered women/victims of domestic violence through its two Home Free programs.

Chemical Dependency has grown to be one of the number one problems in the United States according to the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Missions Inc. provides housing and supportive services to men and women experiencing addiction and chronic chemical dependency, and withdrawal management to men, women and adolescents over the age of 13 who are experiencing intoxication and/or withdrawal. Services are provided to eligible residents and clients regardless of ability to pay.

Missions Inc. provides short-term and long-term care for men experiencing a variety of physical and behavioral health issues at its skilled nursing home, the only facility in Minnesota that exclusively serves men.

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